Kente cloth, which is depicted on our school logo, is an icon of African cultural heritage around the world. It has its origin in the Ashanti Kingdom where it was an Akan sacred cloth made of silk and cotton, and worn at times of extreme importance. It was once the cloth of kings but, over time, the use of kente became more widespread. However, its importance has remained and it is held in high esteem with Akans, an ethnic group of Southern Ghana. The school has adopted the kente cloth design as a reflection of our location in Ghana and to demonstrate our respect for local traditional culture.